September 9, 2020

Beavercraft C11s Small Knife for Geometric Woodcarving Review [UPDATED]

Are you looking for the best tools for geometric wood carving? BeaverCraft does a great job with its Beavercraft C11s Small Knife for Geometric Woodcarving. This type of wood carving requires accuracy and precision. 

The knife you use is important. This knife is designed to cut geometric shapes in wood. It has a 45-degree bevel, which helps with creating the geometric shapes that you need. The specific design also includes a comfortable handle that will let you carve for longer and at ease. The blade’s design is strong and versatile enough to let you cut through both soft and hardwood.

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The blade on this knife is much shorter than the handle. It looks like it is more handle than it is a blade. The handle, which is made of ashwood, has clean straight lines, characteristic of ashwood. It has a less pronounced shape than the Beavercraft C10.

The light brown shade is also characteristic of ashwood. The blade is short and has a 45-degree angle which is the cutting edge, and this is how you get to make intricate shapes and get into the hard-to-reach places.


This knife looks like it is mainly handled than it is the blade. This is true, as the knife’s handle measures 105mm while the blade’s cutting edge is 20mm wide.

The knife measures 140 mm. the compact size means it fits nicely in hand and gives you reasonable control over the knife to carve more accurate geometric shapes.


The knife feels comfortable in hand. Even though it has a wooden handle, it is still smooth, and you can rest assured that you will not have a problem with splinters.

The ashwood is covered with linseed oil to give it a smooth finish. The shape of the handle will allow you to hold the knife in a variety of positions, which is convenient for carving out geometric shapes.


The knife has a very pointy tip, and you need to take care of it. However, it should be too much of a task because the blade is high-carbon steel. Its makes up, and structure is such that it can withstand a lot of pressure.

It is an essential feature in a geometric carving knife where accuracy is essential. The handle is made of ashwood, which is durable and can hold its own when pressure is applied.


The c11 is quite an affordable knife. It is in the same range as several other knives made by BeaverCraft. It will not put that much of a dent in your pocket.

Our Verdict

We like the Beavercraft C11s Small Knife for Geometric Woodcarving because it is small and easily fits in hand.

Also, it has a sharp and accurate cutting edge and tip. This makes it great for geometric carving. The specific design of the knife allows for precise geometric shapes to be carved into just about any wood. Happy carving!

David D. Hughes

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